The Inner World and its Occupants
Written by Jay09784691
There is lots of speculation within the community on what we’re potentially dealing with when it comes to the UFO problem. I feel it’s a good opportunity to write down thoughts around the subject in a more substantial way. In a previous article, The Extraterrestrial Nature of UFOs, I had essentially given my reasons why we shouldn’t be quick to conclude that this is an ET problem, but I didn’t really give any potential other possibilities. So I want to explore some more options and concentrate on the one that I feel we can understand better as we start to acknowledge its various attributes. As we know from quantum mechanics, observation may be key.
Extraterrestrials and Cryptoterrestrials
After having read through Jacques Vallée's “Alien Contact” trilogy (Dimensions - Confrontations - Revelations), I can only agree that we're unlikely dealing with an ET problem. Vallée is a man that has researched thousands of cases and spoken to many of the people that are associated with the sightings. He assumes that the majority of them are intentional (governmental or personal) manipulations and considering his wealth of experience, I'm not in a place to disagree with him. So very little elaboration of the extraterrestrial hypothesis will be present in this article/video.
Additionally, the idea of cryptoterrestrials also strikes me as somewhat unlikely, since it still suggests a type of humanoid creature much like our bodies. I very much doubt that this is how other intelligences would appear. Since the idea of a physical species being present on earth only outside of view and unrecognisable to our technologies seems improbable. The analogy of hidden intelligences works for what we’re experiencing since there appear to be actions that can at times be physical. I just question the idea of them being three dimensional as humans are. I'd go as far as to suggest that they're largely non-physical unless there was a specific need for them to appear so. I agree, however, that there is a type of intelligence that is just outside of a normal perceptible view.
So assuming the devices and interactions that are being experienced by thousands of people around the world are not extraterrestrials or a physical terrestrial (but hidden) species, then what might they be?
The Inner World
I've argued in previous posts that we're existing in a kind of delusion of three-dimensional space. We can even rationalise possible other dimensions by thinking about consciousness and how it appears to exist within different parameters to our bodies. This to me is significant and the biggest sign that we have of a broader reality that's largely not recognised within society.
If there are greater intelligences that are interacting with us, then we can only assume that they are different from how society is expecting them to be. These are not physical beings, they're something more than that, or at least different. They’re influencing and communicating in subtle ways with us and they're likely able to make changes with our thought spaces, as suggested by the Advanced Aerospace Threat and Identification Program’s slides
We likely need to stop thinking about greater intelligences in a visual or physical sense, since they almost certainly have a non-visual origin and composition. Until someone can prove otherwise; I firmly believe that we're dealing with something much greater and more complex than little green men or greys. It isn't those things. It'll be difficult for society to fully come to grips with this since we're still expecting aliens coming to Earth as expressed in the movie Independence Day.
In the book Through the Curtain, one of the authors, Dr Neal was able to mentally visualise a "night school" a place where she was able to create an environment and receive non-local information from a type of egregore or tulpa. Whether this "teacher" was an independent consciousness or a visualisation technique that allowed for the receipt of information that is independent of memory is unclear. Either way, the significance is profound, since she was provably able to access anomalous information. Even if the proof was decades in the making. See my article/video titled Extrasensory Perception and the Caudate Nucleus for more.
It appears like these consciousnesses or intelligences are somewhat outside of physical reality and they’re able to adapt objective reality easily and at their own will. I think of how a videogame programmer is able to replace lines of code causing fundamental shifts in their simulated environments. These intelligences appear able to influence our reality in a similar manner. Even as far as being able to adapt our conscious experience. It seems like they’re able to change the three dimensions of space, the dimension of time, and whatever dimensions apply to consciousness. Their abilities appear god-like compared to our apparent limits.
When the intelligences are doing the equivalent of injecting lines of code, it may appear to us as inspiration flashes via imagery or obscure non-memory based thoughts significantly different from usual thought patterns. I doubt that an intelligence that’s able to exist outside of physical reality cares much for the usual harmonics of our languages, it’d be more likely to impact feelings and perceptions. Although, when they’re influencing consciously it may be that anomalous communication using language may be possible, as the information is passing through a communication or language filter.
Just as the Orwellian doublespeak meant that the inhabitants in 1984 were unable to express their discontent, so are our languages somewhat unable to properly express and describe mental environments and how they're to be better understood. Especially since talking about inner experience is socially unacceptable, which only exacerbates the problem.
Perceptual Changes to Reality
How would we visualise changes to the parameters of reality? Odds are we'd struggle to make sense of it. Visual descriptions would appear broken or incomplete, the material may appear but not be present in a physical sense. I wonder how many sightings of UFOs are simply broken perceptions like these caused by fundamental shifts in the fabric of our understanding of “reality”.
If they're not present physically - although it appears that physical manifestations may sometimes be the case - then they're not subject to the same rules and physics that we are. Space and time need not apply to them, it’s likely that they're outside of our normal limited bodily senses and usual accepted perceptions.
Maybe we're giving them form by starting to perceive them correctly. It feels like there's a growing comprehension which in turn makes it easier to observe their unusual attributes. We’re translating the fundamental information into visual descriptions that we’re able to see in our mind’s eye.
They likely exist outside of what we consider "real" and they're dropping clues to give us an idea of their origin. If Jung's synchronicities are true, then these intelligences are warping the space and physical environment in a way to exert some communication. Reality itself appears alive.
I've suggested in previous posts that consciousness or information appears to be fundamental like this existence is an idea or a thought of something much greater than us and our individual ideas and biases. We appear like cogs in the machine of a god-like entity.
In the film Inception, as the participants are sleeping, their dream world starts to crumble as they start to awake from the dream. The impossible starts happening. This may be a valid analogy to our material existence. We're witnessing impossible events. Maybe it's feasible that we are approaching what Terence McKenna called "the transcendental object at the end of time". The realisation that we are in our nature part of reality, not as simply observers but as creators.
Beginning and end are concepts that we may need to throw out. We can only prove that we *are* as one way and *are* as some other way. If consciousness is irreducible, as has been argued then we may just perceive differently at death. If a psychic were able to accurately derive information about a person without prior knowledge then it may be evidence that our experience is simply changing and only the body perishes at the point of "death", it could be just a progression of feelings and perceptions that are detached from the bodily senses.
Consciousness Intelligences or Information Visualisation
If I meet another apparent intelligent being in my dreams or meditations, it doesn't appear that I share their thoughts - they seem independent to me. Are they real in a way that we haven't conceptualised yet? Or are they a method of transmission, so we create a person/thing in our mind's eye that can speak, which then creates a scenario for information to be read and received. They may not be independent and could be a conduit of knowledge instead, especially if information is somehow fundamental to existence.
What really is “real”? We tend to only define things as real when they’re present in physical reality, but it appears that we’re able to create mental environments and even personify parts of our conscious experience while in meditation. Are those environments and people (archetypal or imaginative) not real in spite of our own perceptions of them? I argue that they are in fact real, I’m able to visit mental spaces repeatedly and elaborate on those environments making them more complex over time. They’re not physical, but they are events that actually happen within my conscious experience.
In order to be able to receive information, we may need to create something out of information to work as a conduit. So a mental form may allow us to access related data. Mentally create a wise person, then receive wisdom, create a mental space to solve a problem and receive solutions to the problem.
We assume that our bodies and objective reality are what's real, but if we consider that our thoughts and subjective spaces are the only real persistent experience (there during waking and sleeping, possible life after death scenarios), then maybe objective three-dimensional experience would be secondary and may be less real than the mental or subjective environments. This physical reality may be more delusion than the subjective or thought-like one.
I wonder if our dreaming selves are then making interpretations of information. Since some of us may acknowledge information external to our bodies may be accessible, then we may then be opening ourselves to receive external information but interpreting it using memories as a kind of filter aiding comprehension.
By creating a mental space and a living being within that space, we may be abstracting an element of consciousness or information that is somewhat able to think independently. At the very least we're using personal creative energy to abstract a part of ourselves. Alternatively, if consciousness is the source then we're abstracting an element of the source intelligence.
After death, all of us will eventually become more of a symbolic entity, present within information, that can be perceived through societal filters of the observer. Only without the enlightening but ultimately limiting body.
When we think of the collapse of the wave function during the double-slit experiment, maybe we should really consider it as an interpretation of information. Something has been processed in a small manner. Like a tiny piece of code being processed by a CPU. We are in essence manifesting something in physical space, that wasn't, or isn't, physical. Or at least interpreting something more complex and outside of comprehension in a method that makes logical sense within our societal understanding and filter.
An intelligence that's present in a consciousness environment could then be near-infinite in scope. By practising visual conceptualisation and personification, we are in essence dividing parts of the whole into elements for whatever purpose is required, allowing any information to be derived. Just as a landscape is part of the whole physical space, so are our consciousnesses part of the fundamental one.
We cannot draw the line at the quantum level. All we're ever doing is interpreting information through sensing apparatus, these apparatus may actually be limiting since we consider only physical spaces as being “reality”. They hide the broader reality and convince us that physicality is all we have.
Through the use of meditation, dreaming, and disassociation; we are able to visualise environments and personalities - things outside of physical space. Once practiced and these mental spaces are fully determined, we are then able to receive inspiration for problems. It appears to be a type of creative energy that everyone has access to, but few recognise or understand how to use it.
The unanswered question; are these mental things in any way independent from our bodies? They could be pure creativity or indeed they could be somewhat independent from us. It’s conceivable we’re receiving information from something that’s more alien than we’re expecting. Something that appears to be part of our conscious experience and displaying communication through mental imagery.
When I think of something that’s “alien”, I prefer not to think of something that’s physical in the way that we are, something that’s truly “alien” will be completely different to our expectation. Consciousness or thought-like environments, along with their inhabitants may be part of the base reality. The act of observation and acknowledgement could be manifesting these things into the realm of comprehension and making them real to us.
The idea of using binoculars and cameras as a method of viewing these things could be a mistake. Physical tools are an inherently unsuitable method of comprehending something that's largely non-physical, we need to create internalised tools to allow and aid comprehension, not something external to us. As we may have fundamentally misunderstood reality itself.
No matter your views of Christianity, there's no mistake that there was once a wise man associated with them. He gave an interesting description:
“The kingdom of God cometh not with observation Neither shall they say, lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you”
In this context he was referring to "the kingdom of God" meaning heaven. Checking the dictionary definition of "heaven" we get "a place regarded in various religions as the abode of God (or the gods) and the angels, and of the good after death". If we take the quote away from the typical biblical and religious filter, it appears that Jesus was referring to another place where other intelligences reside as well as the deceased. It also can't be found "here" or "there", so not directly physical.
While I'm reluctant to draw parallels to organised religion, it appears that we have historical descriptions that match with modern interpretations and even DMT or high dose psilocybin experiences.
Something that exists closer to the source should then be able to influence physical reality, causing the release of materials, maybe even technology, into the subset (i.e, our) reality.
Historical religious, mystical, esoteric, and hallucinogenic experiences have all hinted at a wider reality and its occupants. We appear to be in a process of reconciling these disparate ideas into a workable theory, providing we’re able to let go of objective scientific dogma and accept the implicate/subjective as potentially being core to existence. Our perceptions of reality may be fundamentally shifting its focus, a mental reality coming prior to physical has profound implications and we're only scratching the surface. If this were even remotely true, then we may be witnessing the most significant change of the human species.